On newsstands now: Garin Baker takes a fresh look at an American icon; Bryan Mark Taylor and his vanishing landscapes; Thomas Cole in a new light, and more. (Read the March/April 2018 issue of Fine Art Connoisseur now online.)

On the Cover: Jennifer Stottle Taylor (b. 1967), “Chateau Living” (detail), 2017, oil on board, 16 x 16 in., Available from the artist.

What You’ll Find in the Fine Art Connoisseur
March/April 2018 Issue

Frontispiece: Grant Wood

Artists Making Their Mark: Three to Watch
Allison Malafronte describes the talents of Nancy Boren, Richie Carter, and Lee Hutt

28 Blocks: Garin Baker’s Fresh Look at an American Icon
By Matthia Anderson

Thomas Cole, “Clouds,” c. 1830s, oil on paper laid down on canvas, 8-3/4 x 10-7/8 in., Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Morris K. Jesup Fund, 2013.201

Thomas Cole in a New Light
By Jennifer Sauer

Bryan Mark Taylor’s Vanishing Landscapes
By Micah Christensen

The Paston Treasure: A Mysterious Painting Reveals Its Secrets
By Louise Nicholson

Wayne Thiebaud’s Most Crucial Decade
By Sheryl Nonnenberg

How Michelle Jung Found Her Voice
By Charles Raskob Robinson

Larry Moore (b. 1957), “Home of the Free,” 2017, oil on canvas on board, 30 x 30 in., Brazier Gallery, Richmond. Featured in the article “Looking Inside.”

Looking Inside
By Kelly Compton

A European Take on American Realism
By Peter Trippi

Rediscovering Jane Peterson
By Max Gillies

Great Art Worldwide
We survey 10 top-notch projects this season

James McElhinney’s Journal Paintings: When Intimate Visions Go Digital
By Peter Trippi

Mystery Man: How a 19th-Century German Portrait Broke New Ground
By Cordula Grewe

Philip R. Goodwin (1881–1935), “Two Men in a Boat,” Date unknown; oil on canvas, laid on board; 28 x 14-3/4 in. To be auctioned at March in Montana, Great Falls, March 17. Estimate: $40,000 – $60,000. As seen in “Duck, Duck, Goose” by David Masello.

Duck, Duck, Goose
By David Masello

Favorite: André Aciman on Raoul Dufy
By David Masello

Classic Moment: Charles Iarrobino

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